We invite you to this book launch with Ayse Zarakol and her new book on the rise and fall of world orders.
Join us for this Theory Seminar with Beate Jahn.
From 6 to 18 November hundreds of policymakers, diplomats and experts met in Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt, for the largest annual gathering on climate action (COP27). We invite you to a seminar which will present the main outcomes of the summit and discuss the directions in which international climate cooperation is heading.
For years the Kremlin has been promoting conspiracy theories to legitimize its actions. During the COVID-19 pandemic, however, the regime itself became the target of such theories.
Ahead of Russia’s war on Ukraine, various nationalist tropes have gradually been incorporated into Russian official rhetoric. What can studying the regime’s emergent ‘war nationalism’ tell us about the identity dimension of the current conflict?
Abkhazia’s contested status is a source of geopolitical conflict between states and alliances. But how has the campaign to expand this unrecognised state’s network of diplomatic contacts been conducted?
This webinar is hosted by the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) in collaboration with the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) and the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI).
The European Union responded in a swift and united manner following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on 24 February.
At this webinar, Anthea Butler will discuss the current state of affairs in America with Christian Nationalism, its major figures and groups, and how these religious nationalists are joining with others around the world to destabilize and hinder democracy.
How has the Russian aggression against Ukraine launched in February 2022 changed perceptions of security in the Black Sea region and in the High North?